In Vietnamese traditional martial art there is a strange weapon called "Song xỉ" (dual metal teeth). Basically its a pair of small steel shields just like the european buckler, however they are held on both arms. The martial artist'd use this pair as shields to fend off his opponent's attack and also as steel fists to strike down the enemy. Some "Song xỉ" have hooks, blades or axes attached to them.
I wonder if other country have some weapons similar to this
An ancient weapon- Dual metal teeth
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